20 May 2011
'Ground Transportation' at Newark
On my return flight to the US of A, I made a stop in NYC. I went via Newark airport. From previous experience I knew that the rail line into Manhattan was a convenient one. But had I not known that from before, I would have ended up seeing buses as my only option. At the exit of Newark International, where you see the sign for 'Ground Transportation' the arrow points to the left - THE EXACT OPPOSITE DIRECTION of the rail line station to Manhattan which has no sign at that juncture. The bus ride costs $5 more than the train and is far less comfortable. Does NJTransit know people get funneled into the bus services like that?